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Productivity Facts Every Employee Should Know 

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Productivity Facts Every Employee Should Know 

Winners have parties. Losers have meetings – David Lyle, CEO National Geographic Channel

Across the globe, one of the biggest reasons for the loss of productive hours is meetings. How many times you have sat through meetings that made you wish you were doing something more fruitful.

Another big drain on employee productivity is mails. According to statistics, employees receive 42 emails per day on an average. That’s a lot of time gone reading and replying to those mails. A good tactic that works is to avoid checking emails during the most productive hours of the morning. With a little conditioning, it will prove to be a big winner for your efficiency.

Accountemps has outlined more great tips on getting the most out of your day. Do get back to work once you’re done with this!

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